Nishio Nakamura

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A 27-year-old male presented with a very rare metastasis to the vertebral body from a cardiac pheochromocytoma manifesting as a pathological fracture of the C-4 vertebral body that occurred while playing golf. The patient was initially treated with hard collar fixation. Gallium scintigraphy demonstrated multiple hot spots in the mediastinum, the frontal(More)
The histopathological examination was performed in search of cerebral mycosis in autopsy cases at our department during the 6 years from 1976 to 1981. The cerebral mycoses were histopathologically verified in seven cases, although brain tissue was examined in only 46% of 528 autopsy cases. All cases of cerebral mycosis showed underlying diseases which were(More)
A rare case of the cerebral aneurysm associated with aortitis syndrome was reported. It seems to be the first case in which neck clipping was successfully performed for aneurysm of the anterior communicating artery. The patient was a 48-year-old female afflicted with pulseless disease. She was admitted to Iwate Central Hospital with severe headache,(More)
An archive autopsy case of a 50-year-old man who died of Hodgkin's lymphoma had a 4-year, 4-month history of dementia. After radiochemotherapy, the lymphoma subsided except for involvement of the spleen, but the dementia remained. Neuropathological examination revealed that the pathology was confined to the hippocampus, both hippocampi showing sclerosis(More)
A 59-year-old woman presented with a history of progressive clumsiness and numbness in both hands. MRI suggested a solid mass extending, from the intradural extramedullary, extradurally at the left C1/2 level. However, intraoperative findings revealed the both the intradural tumor and the extradural tumor existed separately. Histopathological findings(More)